Vertical slider to control delay time - how to set parameters?



  • I'm trying to use a vertical slider to control the L / R delay times of the delay, and I can't get it to work smoothly, either in tempo sync mode or not.

    Tempo unsync'd: the sliders work, but are heavily weighted to > 1000ms, meaning, the first 5% of the slider controls from 0ms - 1000ms, and the other 95% of the slider controls 1000ms-20000ms.

    Tempo sync'd: the sliders don't really work... they just move between 1/1 and 1/2D.

    1. is there a way to make a single slider that will work in both sync'd and unsync'd mode?

    2. if so, how? if not, I really only care about sync'd; how should I set the parameters?

    Thank you!



  • @tk_tmm if the center value is not good for you, you can adjust it in the property editor

    Now for the sync, you need either a second hidden slider or to change dynamically the properties of this one
    The tempo sync values are going from 0 to 18 with a linear setting and stepSize set to 1



  • @tk_tmm said in Vertical slider to control delay time - how to set parameters?:

    Tempo unsync'd: the sliders work, but are heavily weighted to > 1000ms, meaning, the first 5% of the slider controls from 0ms - 1000ms, and the other 95% of the slider controls 1000ms-20000ms.

    Sounds to me like you want to look under the sliders Component Specific Property and set your middlePosition to 10000 and then under suffix put ms. This will set the middle position of the slider (straight up) to 10000 ms.

    If you're only interested in synched, under Component Specific Properties set the min to 1 and the max to 18. Set mode to TempoSynch. Set the step size to 1, and middle position to 9.



  • This is how i setup LFO for my projects.

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    Time/Tempo slider change modes according to Sync button. For the frequency mode you can set the mid point of the slider with the value set in this line

    LFO1FREQ.set("middlePosition", 5);
    

    found this solution by searching posts on the forum!


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